A new mixed-use building at the southeastern boundary of the Legends Park HOPE VI Revitalization Plan area in Memphis, TN.
UTEC creates several new businesses to create new jobs and contribute to community revitalization in Lowell, Massachusetts.
A multi-purpose campus provides a “beacon of hope” for LGBT youth and seniors.
NMTC financing supported the creation of the Spruce Street Community Center, a 35,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility open to any youth in greater Mercer County. The facility has a gymnasium, arcade, college and career center, teen lounge, dance studio, karate studio, art studio, STEM center, Cafe;, Multi-purpose room, preschool, Tech center, and numerous classrooms. Busing […]
For over 50 years, the Linwood YMCA located at 3800 Linwood Avenue has focused on helping kids and families in the urban area surrounding the center. After a strategic planning initiative completed about five years ago, it was clear there was still a need for the Linwood Y to reinvest in the community. The center […]
NMTC financing rehabilitates and transforms an existing 18,000 sq. ft. commercial building into a music education facility and community center for low-income youth.
John H. Boner Community Center, an education and recreation center with a practice field, a track and an outside greenhouse.
CASA de Maryland, Inc. (CASA), Maryland’s largest advocacy group for Latinos and immigrants, redeveloped the historic McCormick-Goodhart Mansion in Langley Park, Md., into the CASA Multicultural Center. The new center allowss CASA to double the number of beneficiaries the organization can serves each year from 3,000 to 6,000 and consolidated most of its staff into […]
The Baker-Ripley House, differs from other neighborhood centers in that it resembles a community village – including an elementary charter school that is integrated with a Head Start program; a welcome center for traditional community center activities, including after-school and adult education programs and accompanying childcare; an art building with studio space for local artists; […]
The Karuk Tribe constructed a 4,800 sq ft family services center in Happy Camp, California.
The YMCA of South Florida has served Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties since 1915.
In Fort Myers, Florida, the historic 1920s train station had been vacant for some time.
$22 million financing package closes to support cutting edge early childhood center on Marygrove campus
Denver Housing Authority (DHA) is building a 175-unit, 117-square-foot Collaborative Resources Facility (the ‘facility’) and community gardens with a fresh food farmers market (collectively, the ‘project’). The project is a Transit Oriented Development (TOD), adjacent to the 10th & Osage RTD Light Rail stop, ensuring easy access by the public. The facility includes a community […]
The development and operation of 45,000 SF, 12 screen, minority-owned commercial movie theater which may serve as a community center.
LGBT Community Center offering youth, counseling, health, and medical services.
Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry.
The Crescent Corset Company factory in Cortland, New York, was one of the leading employers for women in the region. This multi-phase project transformed the long vacant building into a new headquarters for a nonprofit mental health counseling organization specializing in mental health support and drug dependency counseling, as well as the city’s LGBTQ+ community […]
Construction of a community center to provide supportive services to immigrants and low-income people of color.
Several years ago, Cincinnati leaders gathered for the grand opening of the CityLink Center, a comprehensive social services mall which was built with the help of New Markets Tax Credits. While the bulk of the funding for CityLink came from private donations, a critical construction financing gap of over $2.7 million was filled through NMTC […]